My thoughts concur with Sarcozee's view 100%.
I'd like to mention I too have OCD.. But obviously not to the same extent as Viraj.. Because he's bordering on OCPD as well as Psychopath.
I was disgusted with Dadi's lack of ettiquettes overall. I was horrified at her audacity by galloping into a mariatal bedroom without warning. Her table manners, proved this century's wildlife are far more sophisticated in dining. I credit Viraj for not pelting her, had it been myself I would not have been as benevolent. An uninvited guest would not be welcomed nor entertained by me, simply because they have disrespected my will and intruded upon my privacy most selfishly.
The unfortunate thing is, she is ridiculing his medical illness, because of her own lack of educational understanding. By creating this crazy havoc around his home, it will only aggravate him and heighten his existing problem more so. She may remain protected in all of this, hence defeating the objection of her precise motive for being present there in the first place. Janhvi or the Baby may come to harm instead.
Regardig Jahnvi's Parents. They are a human case of ostriches burying their head in the sand to avoid the possible conflict between the reality and their made to believe imagination.
As for Siya, Firstly I would like to ask - Was there a desperate need for this character?
Siya is a young fool, who despite having had the reality of the truth slam into her face many a times, refuses to see beyond a fairy tale prince charming.
I disagree on her actions to call Viraj. She put a innocent man's life at risk.
Last night she declared Sanjay being her true love.. Well that is questionable for me - because if you love someone surely you would give their opinions and concerns some consideration and weight, I wouldn't expect her to take it as gospel, however she insultingly dismissed his pleas.
Can any good come out of this?
Maybe in time Dadi will double up on the number on her glasses and realise Viraj has a genuine problem. He's not lacking on any vitamin - but needs a whole set of strong drugs to fix him.
Viraj may also learn, How it feels like, when the comfort of your home and peace of your mind has been swept away from under your feet. He may realise being controlled against your will - degrades you. It is a lesson he needs to learn - Jahnvi should be free to lead a normal life, But Dadi is not the right person to teach him.
Edited by carisma2 - 20 January 2012 at 7:07pm